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Please see our "Bowling" art! It's over in our "People" category (to the left), under "Sports and Hobbies." We have a darling view of cats bowling, chickens bowling, and Cupids bowling. If you love a bowler, that Cupids bowling - with hearts as pins - is mighty cute! bowling alley art, bowling art, Cupids bowling, Valentine bowling art, perfect gift for a bowler you love, vintage bowling alley art Bowling Alleys

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  O'Shaughnessy Service
Code: O'ShaughnessyService
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A terrific interior linen bowling alley view of O'Shaughnessy Service, Inc., showing "10 of the Most Ultra Modern Bowling Alleys," circa the 1950s or so. Note that the words "AIR CONDITIONED" are in caps - must have been quite a perk back then.

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  Jayhawk Bowl
Code: JayhawkBowl
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What a wonderful (and rare! and expensive!) linen card advertising the Jayhawk Bowl bowling alley, in Topeka, circa what? the early '50s? This card hits on all cylinders: the red and blue swivel stools at the lunch counter, the lanes, the checkerboard-tiled floor, the big fan off to the left, the free-standing cigarette ashtray... What a slice of time!!

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  Playland, Ocean City, N. J.
Code: Playland
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Great interior linen view of New Jersey's Largest Bowling Center, "Playland," at Ocean City, circa the early 1950s or so. A sign on the far wall says "Playland" in script, and that box suspended from the ceiling is an air conditioner I think. I also initially thought the far right wall was mirrored, but now I don't think so. After all, it was "New Jersey's Largest."

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  Music Box
Code: MusicBox
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Terrific linen advertising card promoting the Music Box, circa the late 1940s or early 1950s. The four views are of the East Bowling lanes, the Zebra Cocktail Lounge, the West Bowling lanes, and the Ballroom. Great graphics, very fun.

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  Playdium, Chicago
Code: Playdium
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Marvelous linen view of the Playdium, in Chicago, circa the 1940s or so, which billed itself as the "Show Place of the Bowling World". Wonderful details, and terrific colors - very vivid.

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  Logan Bowl, Chicago
Code: LoganBowl
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What a terrific linen view of the very 'deco' facade of the Logan Bowl, circa the 1940s or so, in Chicago. Also on the block were Walgreens and Lerner Shops. 24 Lanes!

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  Bowl Bar, Wisconsin Dells
Code: BowlBar
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Excellent linen view of the Bowl Bar, Wisconsin Dells, featuring three interior views of the Bar. The top left view looks like a soda shop with stools, a curving counter, and checkerboard floor, the top right view is the bowling lanes, and the bottom view looks like a liquor bar, because it's got a huge glass of champagne as a decoration.

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  Big Pipe Creek Park, Taneytown, Md.
Code: BigPipeCreekPark
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Fun linen multi-view image of Big Pipe Creek Park, circa the 1940s or so, showing an interior view of the Rainbow skating rink to the top left, and an interior view of the bowling alley to the top right. The larger view at the bottom includes a view to the far left of an Amoco gas station complete with pumps and a car gassing up.

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  Sunset Bowling, Hollywood
Code: SunsetBowling
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Handsome linen interior view of the Sunset Bowling Alley, circa the early 1950s or so. Highly detailed, showing the lanes, seats, a shiny bowling ball, and screens. The clock on the far wall says 10:30.

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